In this article, we are going to talk about the F-Ratio. What’s the F-Ratio you ask? Well, the F-Ratio is that little f-number written on your lens next to the focal length. Read more to find out how it is determined.
Since the metadata imported from your memory card obviously isn’t going to give you any descriptive titles for your images, renaming them is very important for overall organization. In this article, we will show you how to rename your images along with providing you with a few tips for renaming images.
How to Create the SLR Lounge Standard Import Develop Preset in Lightroom 4 – From the Workflow System Workshop on DVD
In this article, we will demonstrate how we set up the standard import preset that meets our studio’s unique needs. Feel free to adjust your presets according to your own style. However, we advise you to standardize it as much as possible so that it works as a starting point for the bulk of your images.
Ed Pingol has created software to allow you to use a gaming controller for culling photos. Sounds kinda crazy right? Well, just check out the video below and watch how quickly he culls through images with just one hand and virtually no finger movement.
In this article, I will discuss a few of my favorite ways to use virtual copies and how they can be useful during post-production to improve your overall workflow.
In this episode of SLR Lounge’s Constructive Critique, Pye talks about using mixed lighting for that television drama look, choosing the right light and color toning to fit the style and mood of the images.
In this episode of SLR Lounge’s Constructive Critique, Pye talks subject matter with car and sports photography, as well as a great example of cinematic-style portrait.
Lightroom’s Filmstrip Part II : Three Reasons for Using Lightroom’s “Quick Filter” System – From the Lightroom 4 A to Z Workshop on DVD
With the click of a button, you can filter your images by flags, stars, color labels, or your own specified preset. In this article, I will cover a three key reasons why the Quick Filter system is effective in streamlining your production process.
The super portable Aviator Travel jib weighs less than 4 lbs, but can carry a camera load up to 6lbs and extend up to 6ft. And it’s priced competitively for under $500. But does it have what it takes to be the best jib for your money?
In this article, we will discuss two different ways that you can organize your catalog system and how each of them can maximize your overall workflow efficiency.
In this quick tutorial, we show you a faster way to import images into a catalog. It’s a great way to skip a step in order to improve the speed of your workflow.
We have a great little promotion for everyone! We are giving away a free RPG Keys Mini workflow keyboards with the next 100 physical copies of the SLR Lounge Lightroom 4 Workshop Collection. Be sure to get yours before the freebie runs out!